It’s the second tournament of the FedExCup Playoffs with 100 players vying to extended their postseason schedules. Here’s the key info for the Dell Technologies Championship. (Click here for tee times)
How to watch:
Friday, Rd. 1: Golf Channel, 2:30-6:30PM ET; Click here for live stream
Saturday, Rd. 2: Golf Channel, 3-6:30PM ET; Click here for live stream
Sunday, Rd. 3: Golf Channel, 1-3PM ET; Click here for live stream; NBC, 3-6PM ET; Click here for live stream
Monday, Rd. 4: Golf Channel, 11:30AM-1:30PM ET; Click here for live stream; NBC, 1:30-6PM ET; Click here for live stream
Purse: $9 million ($1.62 million to the winner)
Course: TPC Boston (par-71, 7,342 yards)
Defending champion: Justin Thomas at 17 under par defeated Jordan Spieth and Marc Leishman by three.
Facts and figures
The top 70 players in the FedExCup Playoffs will advance to the third postseason event, the BMW Championship at Aronimink.
Five of the last six FedExCup winners have finished sixth or better at the Dell Technologies and three of the last five have won this event.
This is the final PGA Tour event before Jim Furyk announces three of his four U.S. Ryder Cup captain’s picks on Tuesday.
Henrik Stenson has the best cumulative score to par (46 under) and the most birdies and eagles per round (5.38) at this event over the last five years. He also has the lowest scoring average (68.13) since 2010.
Of players with at least 20 rounds played at TPC Boston, Tiger Woods owns the best career scoring average (68.19). He won this event in 2006.